For the second week running Tipton St John were looking to be without a fixture due to the opposition being unable to raise a side until West Monkton from Somerset came to their rescue as a late replacement, writes Phil Wright.
Beer Albion are back in action today (Sunday) just 40 or so hours after a Friday night 2-1 success in a hard-fought East Devon local derby at Colyford Road where the Fishermen scored a dramatic late winner to defeat Seaton Town 2-1 and plunge the Seasiders closer to relegation from the Macron Devon and Exeter League’s Premier Division writes Richard Honnor.
Sidmouth Warriors Under-12s duly won their final game of what has been a long Exeter and District Youth League campaign when they defeated local rivals Exmouth 3-0 to secure their top division status and so will move up to Under-14s next season as a Division One side.
Sidmouth sailing club held a Junior and Development session on Saturday morning with the aim of getting both juniors and inexperienced adults out on the water for instruction and training, writes Simon White.
Sidmouth Town showed their true colours in Wednesday night’s South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game at Alphington, a fixture they won 6-2 to end any lingering fears of a bottom two finish this season.
The latest Fair Play League table issued by the South West Peninsula League show Sidmouth Town sitting ninth and therefore second to Axminster Town in terms of the four East Devon-based teams in the table.